Keeping the Holiday Spirit Alive
When you’re all shopped-out, tired of parties and cookie-baking, and just need a few minutes to yourself, it’s time to curl up with a good book. Here are a few holiday suggestions. I’m proud to say they’re all written by friends of mine, but aside from any friendly prejudices I might hold, I assure you they’re all good stories, just the thing to keep your holiday spirit alive without adding stress or stretching the budget. You may even find a last-minute gift or two here.
Can a delightful orphan girl convince Maddie that love is the best Christmas gift of all?
A Family for Christmas by Mona Ingram http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009DRUP9C
Christmas in Hollywood. Two Labor Relations attorneys on opposite sides of a Hollywood arbitration develop a passionate conflict of interest.
Labor Relations by Georgie Lee http://amzn.to/1gBFlfV
No longer content to live in her late husband’s memory, Margaret contemplates a prestigious job offer, a move that seemed so simple before meeting Paul. Can love bridge the cultural gap and show them the wonders of a second chance?
A Light in the Dark by Fran McNabb http://amzn.to/1cOTaE7
As Nancy and Mike celebrate together at sparkling holiday parties and family festivities, Mike’s presence ignites long-buried feelings in Nancy’s heart. But past events have made her certain that their romance could never last.
Lights of Love is a Hanukkah romance by Roni Denholtz. http://amzn.to/1baB7ne
Joanna is lost in a blizzard on her way home from a difficult foaling. Just one man can save her – but he’s strangely reluctant to come to her help.
Stormy Times by Beate Boeker http://amzn.to/JxVzs4
Lady Crenshaw’s Christmas is a short story follow-up to two full length novels, Miss Delacourt Speaks Her Mind and Miss Delacourt Has Her Day.
Lady Crenshaw’s Christmas by Heidi Ashworth http://amzn.to/1bNYqXr